Pascal Morabito Pour Homme

Bergamot is the main impression in the opening blast, but very soon is mixes with a combination of cardamom and hints of ylang-ylang - quite pleasant really.  Then a soft, light patchouli arises with a sweetish tonka rising that at times expresses a nigh samphire-like herbal/floral characteristic. 

The base is a bit more on the lightly musky side with a few woodsy glimpses also noticeable.  The sillage is moderate, the projection decent and the longevity a good seven hours on my skin. 

My main issue with this scent is that - apart from the opening - it is a tad on the generic side and quite unexciting and predictable, but fairly pleasant.  Nice in spring if one likes this sort of product. 2.5/5